House for rent from € 58/day in KerasiaName/Address:
It is fully equipped with a kitchen to prepare delicious meals, but also with a coffee maker and toaster to offer to your loved ones delicious breakfasts. This house can accommodate up to 4 adults and 1 child, as it contains a comfortable double bed in a separate room, and sofas that convert into a double and single bed respectively. Moreover, in the house there are two TVs (in the bedroom and living room) and DVD, while still providing free internet, to enjoy moments of relax and fun. For the hot summer days and cold winter nights, the house is equipped with air condition (cooling and heating), and a beautiful fireplace (free wood). Provided, further, throughout the duration of your stay free shampoo and shower gels, and clean towels and sheets, while you will not need to worry about the cleanliness of your clothes, once in the home exist washing machine, clothes dryer, iron and ironing board. From the terrace of the house, where there are chairs, a couch and table, you can enjoy the wonderful view of the green village.
The nearest pharmacy and clinic are located at Venerato, 1 km away from the village center, and the nearest airport and port is in Heraklion (26 and 24 km away respectively), and the nearest beach is in Ammoudara (20 km).
You can find mini market both at the center of the village Kerasia, and the nearest village Venerato (1 km away).
At Venerato there are also traditional taverns where you can taste local wine, no bottled.
Moreover, around the house there is enough space for free parking.
Just opposite the house there is a church.
In Kerasia you can admire landmarks, such as the chapel of Our Lady Revealed landscape of exceptional natural beauty, the chapel of St Silas, a ruined church of early Christian times, and other churches, such as St. George in the village center and the parish church of the Life-Giving Spring, at the highest point of the village. Still, at sightseeing belongs the restored building of the former elementary school, at the grounds of which there is the grave of Captain Charalambos Vlachaki who acted against the Ottomans.
From the hills of cypress and Chalepa you can enjoy the view which extends to the island of Dia. You can even visit the Kerassano canyon that stretches north of the village with an EW direction, which the river flows begging. Finally, you can attend the local village festival on July 30, when St. Silas celebrates.